Abstract

An analysis is performed of the influence of differences in the optical thickness of the layers in the structure of an interference coating that arise in fabrication from the calculated optical thicknesses on the spectral properties of its reflectance. An integral method of searching for a layer that maximally affects the stability of the spectral reflectance curve of the coating is considered. The results obtained in the work revealed the connection of any layer that has deviations in the optical thickness from the calculated thickness with the spectral reflectance curve of the interference coating.

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